How we can help

Know the facts

Scoliosis: Know the facts

Our information booklet provides an introduction to the condition and its treatments.


Find a specialist

We keep an up-to-date list of all the NHS and Private scoliosis specialists across the UK. 


Pain management

Information to help manage pain so it puts less of a limit on your daily life.

Your Stories

Read the real life stories of people affected by scoliosis

Music and my curvy spine – Charlotte Champian
It all started when I used to complain to my mum that one of my hips stuck out....
Bertie Elliott
Emma’s son Bertie was born with a 34 degree curve, considered severe in someone so young, and had...
Charlie Ferris
Donna and Jody’s baby, Charlie, was just 3 ½ months old when he was diagnosed with infantile scoliosis....
Clara Spacey
Clara Spacey’s cousin Emily Tanner is studying Fashion Communication at Northumbria University and took photos of her and...
Alice Fevronia
In the Autumn of 2019, Alice Fevronia made it all the way to the final of the tenth...
Leah Unwin
My name is Leah and I have infantile thoracic scoliosis. I was diagnosed at 10 months old, I...

Latest News

The latest news and updates from SAUK

Rod and Kellie Townes
London Marathon 2021
On Sunday 3rd October, after training for 2 years, 80,000 runners took to the streets of London to run the...
Ashley Corbin-Teich/Image Source/Offset Images
Is Pilates right for me?
What is Pilates? Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise that aims to strengthen muscles, especially the core (stomach and...
Pre and Post Surgical Nutrition – Harriet Smith Registered Dietitian & Nutritionist
Any form of surgical procedure causes the body physio­logical stress, the extent of which depends on the extent of the...
Nurse putting oxygen mask to patient during surgery - healthcare and medicine concepts
The anaesthetist’s role
Anaesthetists are specialist doctors whose main role is to provide anaesthesia (putting patients to sleep) and pain management for patients...
Health play specialist’s role during hospital admission
A registered health play specialist uses therapeutic play to support children and young people during a hospital visit, whether inpatient...
Mental Health & Scoliosis
Mental health has become a hot topic in recent years and rightly so, with more prevalence in the media, more...
Who we are

SAUK is the only UK wide patient support organisation for people with scoliosis and their families.

Why we do it

Our aim is to provide advice, support, and information to people affected by scoliosis and their families and raise awareness of scoliosis among health professionals and the general public.

What we do

We do this so that we can be there for people with scoliosis and those close to them, help to reduce feelings of isolation, poor body image, inadequate care, needless pain, worry, fear and lack of information.

Become a member
Having scoliosis can sometimes be a lonely experience. Our membership scheme allows people with scoliosis to connect with each other.